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Las Vegas Raiders 2024 NFL Draft Odds: Penix Jr., Nix & More

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Las Vegas Raiders 2024 NFL Draft Odds: Penix Jr., Nix & More

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The Las Vegas Raiders found a new coach midway through the 2023 season, but too much of the same otherwise. They finished with a losing record for the 20th time in 22 years, and missed the playoffs yet again. 

They did climb to 8-9, finishing second to the Chiefs in the AFC West. While the offense took a few steps in the wrong direction, the defense improved just as much. If the offense can hold its own in 2024, the Raiders could compete for a rare postseason berth. 

Bookies.com veteran oddsmaker Adam Thompson has used his resources of NFL contacts developed over 20 years covering the league and the NFL Draft to create his hypothetical NFL futures odds  on who gets selected 13th by the Las Vegas Raiders in the 2024 NFL Draft. 

Las Vegas Raiders NFL Draft Odds (No. 13)

PlayerOddsImplied Probability
J.C. Latham, T, Alabama+37521.1%
Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama+40020%
Taliese Fuaga, T, Oregon St.+50016.7%
Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo+75011.8%
Bo Nix, QB, Oregon+80011.1%
Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington+85010.5%
Amarius Mims, T, Georgia+12007.7%
Olumuyiwa Fashanu, T, Penn St+14007.4%
The Field+65013.3%

This market is for entertainment purposes only and has been created by the Bookies.com team. It is not currently available on betting apps. Percentages will not add up to 100% most time because these are designed to simulate odds a sportsbook would set.

2024 Las Vegas Raiders NFL Draft Prospects

First, we’ll accentuate the positive. A defense that ranked 26th in points allowed in 2022 ranked ninth last season. The team allowed drastically fewer yards, too, and despite the losing record did finish 4-2 in divisional games. 

But the offense took an epic step in the wrong direction. Jimmy Garoppolo missed most of the season due to injury and he’s off the team. Josh Jacobs, the NFL rushing leader of 2022, halved his yardage total this past season, and he’s gone as well. The offensive line was a sieve. 

This off-season, the team added DT Christian Wilks in a huge move that should improve a subpar run defense. But didn’t address its needs on O. The top signing was QB Gardner Minshew, a possible bridge QB if another isn’t mustered up by Week 1. 

The Raiders must improve on offense. They need a QB, but none of the top four in the draft (Caleb Williams of USC, Jayden Daniels of LSU, Drake Maye of North Carolina and J.J. McCarthy of Michigan) will be around at No. 13. There are strong rumblings the Raiders want to move up and get one of those four, but for the time being they’re picking too late. 


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The Raiders could still get a QB at No. 13. Michael Penix Jr. of Washington and Bo Nix of Oregon have been linked as potential surprise mid-round selections on Day 1. Penix had a spectacular 2023 season, Nix is a rare five-year starter at Auburn then the Ducks. 

Cornerback and offensive tackle need immediate help, and the Raiders can grab Day One starters at either position at this spot in the draft.

Quinton Mitchell of Toledo and Terrion Arnold of Alabama are the consensus 1-2 corners in the class. Mitchell may or may not be available, Arnold should be and would start. Right now, Jack Jones, who ranked 26th among all CBs last season by Pro Football Focus, is the top corner on the roster. 

If it’s not corner, then it’s offensive tackle to replace the departed Jermaine Eluemunor on the right side. While the Raiders ranked top-10 in pass coverage, they were bottom-5 in rush yards per attempt. 

The only tackle surely off the table at No. 13 is Joe Alt of Notre Dame. To potentially get the No. 2 OT at the 13th spot isn’t something that is usually possible. But with the run on QBs and WRs coming early, tackles drop. 

Taliese Fuaga of Oregon State and J.C. Latham of Alabama could be on the road. If so, the Raiders, frankly, should secure one of the big men. Some analysts pick Latham over Alt as the best OT in the draft.


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Las Vegas Raiders NFL Draft Picks 2024

Round 1 (Pick 13)

  • Round 2 (Pick 44)
  • Round 3 (Pick 77)
  • Round 4 (Pick 112)
  • Round 5 (Pick 148)
  • Round 6 (Pick 208 from KC)
  • Round 7 (Pick 223 from NE)
  • Round 7 (Pick 229 from MIN)

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NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been established as one of the nation's premier handicappers, specializing in the NFL where he's hit on more than 60% over the past three years. Adam's NBA, PGA and horse racing picks have also produced major winners over the last 12 months. His customized NFL and NBA odds for players and teams have been picked up by hundreds of websites over the past year.